MARINE NAVIGATION AND SAFETY OF SEA TRANSPORTATION — MISCELLANEOUS PROBLEMS IN MARITIME NAVIGATION, TRANSPORT AND SHIPPING
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The content is arranged in seven big sections; first one deals mainly with weather routing and major meteorological aspects, including the tropical cyclones, Baltic navigation in iced sea conditions, Polish sea ports and storm-surges indicator for the Baltic coast of Poland, analysis performed of the hydro-meteorological characteristics of the Montenegrin coast and in Port of Kulevi zone.
The second one focuses on the ice navigation, covering the navigational safety in the unsurveyed regions of Arctic, ice management and different methods used for the iceberg towing. The third section covers the ship construction aspects, namely investigations of the improvements to the marine safety by means of the HMS, i.e. health monitoring systems, replacement of the x-ray test of the welding with the ultrasonic testing, diagnostic evaluation of the ship, determination of the dynamic heel angle of the vessel on the basis of the model tests, propulsive/stopping performance analysis applied to the cellular container carriers etc.
The next part addresses the vessel propulsion and fuel efficiency matters, including hybrid propulsion systems and their optimization, PMS, i.e. power management systems plus their modeling with Petri Nets, plus data transmission modules, and so many other important aspects...
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